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For the First Time Georgia is elected to UN Women Executive Board

For the first time, Georgia has been elected to UN Women executive board for 2019-2021, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia announced.

“This membership clearly demonstrates #GoG’s efforts to protect and promote the empowerment and rights of women and girls,” The ministry declared.  

The Board consists of 41 members: 10 from African States; 10 from Asian States; 4 from Eastern
European States; 6 from Latin American and Caribbean States; 5 from Western Europe and Other
States; and 6 from top contributing countries.